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Frank Gehry is an architect known for postmodern designs. He has his own architectural philosophy and uses unusual materials. He is involved in a lot of architectural projects. You can find here a TOP 10 of his work.
One of the most famous projects of Frank Gehry is the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. This building opened in 2003. This Frank Gehry‘s project reflects his passion for sailing.
Frank Gehry also reinvented the design of the Layola Law School in Los Angeles. He modernized the buildings. They are surrounded by a knoll-like landscape. This project was completed in 2003.
The Olympic Fish Pavilion in Barcelona became a building to see in Spain.
It’s the same for the iconic Dancing House in Praha. Frank Gehry made this building which seems to resemble a couple dancing.
The EMP Museum in Seattle reflects the spirit perfectly of Frank Gehry. We can see in this building all the imagination that he has.
He also designed the Stata Center in Cambridge. He made it encourage the interaction between all the occupants.
In 2007, Frank Gehry created his first project in New York that is the IAC Building.
He imagined the Biomuseo in Panama City which is an ecology museum. He finalized the project in 2013. All the colours represent the diverse flora and fauna in Panama.
One of the most iconic projects that Frank Gehry has made in France is the Cinémathèque française in Paris. It’s a theatre and archive of film history.
For the contemporary museum in Germany, the Marta Herford, he combines red bricks with a gleaming stainless-steel roof.
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